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Decavitator
What are some forms of human powered transportation? Well, there's walking. And then there's the Decavitator. A team from the Massachusetts Institute of Technology designed and built this human powered hydrofoil that holds the world record for the fastest human-powered water craft.

50 Questions?
Can't find the answer to a question that's been bugging you? Check this repository of questions and answers. The topics range from bows to spiders, from the sublime to the ridiculous.

Bug Watch
Do you like to watch bugs? Then this is the website for you. If you've ever caught a bug between your fingers just to watch it squirm, then you know how fascinating our insect friends can be.

Archimedes
Never heard of Archimedes and his principles? Here's a primer on this famous ancient Greek scientist. Many of his studies and findings are still effecting the field of science today.

Build-It-Yourself Junk Yard
Has anyone ever told you your room looks like a junkyard? If you get involved with the Build It Yourself project, someone surely will. The project inspire kids to build whimsical contraptions primarily out of recycled materials.

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